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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TFn sentenced here to pay a. fia of for and ?1000 dam o the woman's Limogeo, Aviator Rallied hn sentenced to a raoath's'.i-nprison and fine for killing a sir e there. IN SERIOUS PERU U. S. AHEAD CANADA GAINS GROUND A London, Jan. 18.Increasing evidence, of the of the- forces Home Rule is found simultaneously'in the conversation of Lord Courtney, ex-deputy sprakcr of the House of Commons, who says that the tisin BY FIRE V. Very Easy for Congress tolh" comc 10 Home g- g] J J. t> in an investigation by'a promt- Turn Down a Reci- procity Treaty Causes a Very Heavy" J Loss inent Unionist "paper into.the rumors j'that Ulster is organizing armed sisiance to home rule. The result o! I thc is a complete re.'u- Toronto, Jan special to thc tatjon of the rumors. Telegram from Washington this morn j___________ j ing says: reciprocity.conference i after two sessions at the state depart- meat yesterday adjourned till Fri- day, presumably to allow the Canad- lan ministers report progress to I the government at OLtewa and to bb- Cain its approval before the final j agreement tomorrow or Saturday. Tha 1 aad Trhether 223 oe': Canadian ?.nd United States __ n I present 'ie ors are not in. the same boat. Bfr Rusned Into Burning Or--i erv is covered over-srtii -sTeckaseiiul> 1 severs! inches of ice. OF A SISTER! S st- Jaw, Jan, has rislted Moose brote act In cfie Tlmez JTVO o'clock this norslng and 24 salt, the entire balldios is JOES, s2Serer' 'nines Co, United. 3s IW.OOO. e plant is at OJt of Off rare the treaty-as negotiated by mem- Ders.of the Canadian government approved 'by the Canadian government goes Into eftect, it submitted to parliament, "but tnat means nothing at Ottawa. To vote the treaty down. U-'ureka, Cal., .Jan. could not be done without voting the' and drifting helplessly before a fur-! government out, and. there are a num-; oer of difficulties'In- the way of mostly from Quebec, but in Washing-! Cape Blano in a Rag- ing Sea ious hurricane, steam schooner the lumber laden "Lrikems" with fif phanage and.Rescued Sick Children I Grand .Rapids, illch., Jan. ing into line at the EOticdiag of the tire alarm 150 ehHdron ranging in age-from 5 to 14 years, marched rrora ery. TCe fire ing _to iZz large, anc printers -a the care ceea" the' bt. to know a dcAi of railroading: at present, it will be remembered that this was also thc case -when he and (ailing a positive of immediate" repair and operation of thc line, asking the pro- vincial government to 'inquire into cx- horbitant prices for coal and devise a j asking that in case of reci- with the-, United States to ore SPECTACULAR FIRE AT BRANDOJ brandon, Jan. since tl memorable blaze in the Ueaubier t' tel many years ago has such a spj tacular conflagration occurred as t! wnich "broke out this morning sho'i ten the handiwork of the executive is anfl Orphan 'Asyium toiugnt from the shows it can learn. BUYING RIFLES London. Nov. that HI- star was arming against Home Rule, story -waa recently given prom provincial government" to over all telephones and provide. long distance connection; asking .the pro- vincial government to survey the road- from Balfour-to Windemere via Grey.'s Pass and to take up the question of English instruction for -Douk-hobor children and also to provide for care oi feeble-minded children. alter midnight on the premises 'Maple Leaf Milling Co. The fla' shot up until the whole sky wa! lumlnated.. 'Strenuous efforts by r tire department confined thv fli }'to' elevator, but it is) mated.-.that the damage i- I -__________ i at tly the jies s il- the tmes esti-' reacU teen-men is in serious peril off Cape, quka 1JkeIy lo be battercd out of ex.' names which totally decoyed the istence by" Congress, which is no w malQ and 'dormitory with a specter of secrctarvs of state and !oss of about ?75'000- cell- does not care a hoot for the aren tneir atteatosts had left ties of William Howard TafL In other itne Sister'ilarac'elona, z-ho words negotiators -are I in Char5e ot the "aoine- mfie her the Dominion to a' tariff- bacfe the Jncnce In many Unionist papers, is denied by the Daily .Mail, itself a Un- ionist orjftn, is the result of a special investigation. It sayj no arms are Dem? Imported openly or surreptu- eualy lato Ulster nor any arrango- ments for such importations are dis- coventhls. Neither police or customs officials confirm the report. The fact' tnat lire arms' Including discarded police rilJes, are widely owned by tne populace in Ulster and many peo- ple carry revolvers, Is well known to tne government police. There Is no restrictions on the sale or distribu- tion of fire arras anywhere In Ireland. PRESIDENT WAS NOT IN DARK Had been Informed About Condition of Farmers Bank Toronto, Jan. to 1-30 this afternoon no more warrants or sum- monses had been issued in the Farm- AT-HALIFAX1} Halifax, N. B., Jan. u. Royal Mail steamship Bristol Wednesday, 'docked b' noon today and western pai" are expected to arrive in V on the night ot the 31st. J j G. N'. cK left ere _ at" .sengers -SUPPRESS THE RE3 ELS Constantinople, .Ian. nje Turk- ish government has resoivi to sup- press the' rebellion that bas -been nourishing for several ye irs in Ye- men, a region of southwest Arabia, and will despatch thirty fully equipped battalions. Em) iarkment of troops began today. iijancb this morning. "The steamers "Ascension" and "Ajgyle" are stand- ing by but in the raging sea are un- able to give any aid. At daylight the wind, which 'had been blowing a hun- dred-miles an hour, seemed, abating, agreement'.and .Philander '-.Knox- is The steamer-in dis- bincilng all. To put It an- tress came.'in signals she' to if the asreement is found the Avireless-at Cape to' in the United States 'fi-i ;mg.-. THe: wireless sent ont "SOS" pariianicnt of Canada is help- j call which was piqued up by thel wnQrC3s. In'the .remote event of I "As j censlon." All three-responded. The: crew of. the Lakeins tried io -get-the] steamer 'oft direlect launching 'aj turn a bad one-for Canada the'only hope lies in Thc'knomi of the U.S. senate to aanc-, any, tariff revision where the compensation appears to ample. When the reciprocity gouations began it was agreed and announced that no statement would i oe authorized, until the close. Now t it is nixnoimecd Ui-.d there won't be Ule life boat but the craft'was smashed to pieces. A .line iiassed to the from tlie snapped before a single man could cross. At midnight the is a pass- eneer steamer, left for the scene. v.'as bacfe through the. sinoke died corridors to make srire none'cad missed.' Oa the focrtii -floor 'she round a postulsnc in bed too iH to_ Liftiag-her bodiry Sister Mkra- carrie'd safety. Kushing back Into the sister J. camp, the W Tho jfis also too Cl to safe A tnird trip to the fourth' flcor, ,n. examination bi every' the sister that ail inmates-had beea SLT.ed. Then groping her way to the i open air she collapsed and had to .be j attended hy a physician. See soon however, and -resumed i cotirtesv of the wio have thxoisT: ojen. tielr plSLTt tO AiEerLg otier firms liiTOtreG. loss arc Ms.yberrT's tzte; A. W.: Irvin, r; aad Dr. wcod Co. Tee total wiii.fce arbtHid profxsrtlCE Tee of tie WHEN CZAR lhe ring for her charges- ELKHORN FARMER SUICIDED hZJKnorn, -Man., Jan. a'state of despondency this iifternoo ucorgo Jackson shot and killed him- self wltfa a rifle, the shot going through the heart. He was a farmer living near here and leaves a large lamliy. crs'.Bank case. Thc whereabouts oi Nesbitt, Wishart and the three men wanted, are still a matter of conjecture. That Col. Munroe, pre- sident of the was not in I altogether without warning as to con- T....L' -i r TC o MANY CHAR1? 2RS; FEW LINF ,S BUILT statement even then, so say; Sec-i retary Kno.t, and the sole tion is the his manner. "The statement will be given laid Mr. Knox today, "at a later to be agreed Charlts M. Pepper said: "We hone to have our friemls with us for a few days yet" St. Petersburg, 1 Nicholas was present at the ceremony ci 1S05. TrhK the whole iiy was threatfted -sith death cad be- at the bank, is a statement FIRST ISSUE NEXT WEEK Jan. terrfny Senator Davis' oml reading of a bi! ard Cartwright, gov asrreeing. to remove _ _ the practice of ir made today by F. Suit, who is a prtvate big shareholder in the collapsed bank, j As far back as Dec. 10, 1300, Mr. I Stair wrote the Colonel and told j Or natiWay Co I him ot the conditions prevailing. i iested against the jvers is being held in the Toronto jail Deing out of for the reason that his presence mav i twenty years -25 be wanted in connection with the trial i issued outside o of thc provisional directors which will j panics building begin on Friday. If Wishart comes tnese only 23 hi back and stands trial Travers mav 'rhc most of lt to traffic in he wanted then as well. Coutts, Alta., Jan. to announcement, just made by Editor F.' E. Fairbanks, of the new Coutts-j Sweet Grass weekly newspaper, the first regular issue of the International Herald will appear Wednesday of next' wfefc, -January 25th. Mr. Fairbanks Jus', left Sweet Grass for his home at Warner, after having canvassed the town for permanent advertising matter and for subscriptions. He re- ports good success in this line of the work. A special feature of the first, regular issue will be the subdivision tiio, senate movcfi the sec-1 for tlic with'Sir Ncison ernmest from parliament i corporating rail-1 I ar.d to have the SoCfi by the recommendation present system as! During tlie pant j charters had been! the four big rom-i in Canada, and ofj 1 done I em got charters Just; .n and too often to get invest, their money in t were worthless. Thc nment gave them their them str.ndins Cranbrook. Jan. the Eator, Cup contest at the bonspicl here, N. T. McLeod, of Lethbridge, beat Brown of Fernie. .He will now have to play Bunyan of Nelson in the semi-finals Wilson Cup, "and Wallcy cf n the Alicorr.srs. MICHEL IP. IS VERY ILL Grassy Lake Man Started 5alulbs J jcf the t-attery oi ta: c Out to Thrash a Policeman New'Michel; B. C., Jan- IS. An- n'''.pr storm similar to the on? oi last week, is raging here. Tlie it Grassy Lake, Dec. bull, of this place, wag conTicted oa i the 17th before P_ W. Fletcher and E. C. justices oC the peace, ior oa Conrtable Mollison, of the R. X. W. M. P. and scr.ieacec to three ycirc card hbridcs and fined guams- _ Today's crresosy hmppilT .f ieclinc ol relief was noticeable crowds when His jlajesir Let tie i scene. ONTAFJ10 PLOWMEN O? Toronto, Jan. laiest- Prorisciai Plows CLEARING HOUSE RETURNS j locwl clearing house reports ttank as 1 the er.dingi in deftult of thc fine iras given is_ oj Northern has a big ganc of mm ar.fl a further three months' boardin.s cars in of the roiuis The erne hts been ippeited and-: Tcttinf biockcd with snow {the srcuscn relcMC-d on bonds of the a: tee House tcdiy. waned on HCE, J. y. of arricalrare as A Murrav, J.P., is in the jios-' ?.t the r.cxt sit tins Ji'tal s-jficring-'lrom a very tad trict Court r.t Tabcr easy marks to companies tha' i-iiit that parV charters basis on whf eratlons. 'I'he hill f ot second rending hy consent sn nat Jt conJt} go CLYDE SHIPBUILDER VISITS MONTREAL Montreal, Jan. Beard- more, of the Clyde shipbuilding firm ot that name, is in the city. j Business in Canada is to look oyer the} situation in connection with Canadian naval construction. As a builder he! mmitlce for consideration, is also interested in the bridre; pital o? Tlis condition is -f serious. 'i carnival in Porter's vi'.u: was postncnrd owinc to thp hliward. i An ambulani-p class is formrrl hrrr mil the mrinljcrs had the first prac- -------------UK. op. Tncsrlsy r.igfct. .........___ and Shaw will give a serifs of ler- wlth last week is titrrs Mir ccniu? term. The As near ?is can be '.etrncd tae cca-l :tibic went into the hotel at Grassy, Lake io speak to a when Tarn- ciay ordered a sysicmstic pntrc! o' Resulted in Death of Prominent Water- loo Man CHELSEA WINS London, Jan. Is the j up Biiit of replayed football ?nmes lo tb c Science of War. and is Hsriln, Jan. .7. M ?c, of Waterloo, a well known! j cJocjor in this part of tisa' j at fo'.ir o'clock yesterday aftev-'; noon as she reSiilt o! nn ihc Ircnticr as he had received infer-' rr.av.on that David M. A. nr.rl J. B. Brirle. wanted in Los for rtynamitltss Times bulldiag there last year, were near woulrt probably fttlcmpt to enter Canada. The upper river ferries, the bridges and the of tne river are all being closely watcned. 70 CHURCHES ARE PROSPEROUSj Toronto, Jan. pr6s- J ircrlty W.-.D the? fcenictc o! the mcct- linj: of She Churches in j '.121 nis'nL. It wr.s. the a sleek tailing end cvcrywhe; came roicris of increcsed church t enlarged revenues brgcr ari'.or.r.ts 07. missions r.nd genoral work. Many oi'j the Congregational Churches aico held their nicotines ihcir Jinas- cia] rtafmcrits rivalled those of the No word- has ?et been received io- as to tho awaUed treet mall jo Hkriy to be AFTER EARL GREY TROPHY Winnipeg. Jan. The Margaret TRAINING SHIP OVERDUE Sydney, X. si. TV., .isp. Star line training ship which Melbourne .Innirarv inthusfastir.illy by churches and j nis home T'.iesrtn.yj Eaton Sehool of Espresrion and the liere, o national institutions. Kctnming after a call ronn Beverly Robinson Amateur severe crstcrr. gr.Io wlu'rh i- 3 Tie public is cordially Invited to trd the meeting at the Y. M. C. A. light. -Spcches will be raatia and i w provuleil, he leaned over the fcoth Of Toronto have catered The ship trafle ar the of the stair to t-nijiho Earl Grey dramatic rnrDpsiiUcs Jabcut. hundred or more cadets ov.t n Hnd fol! 1" to i'ne Hoor j io be litlJ at ths Walker Theatre hero iare boirg trained us service ou'hcrs BiistRininj a fracture of the spir.e. jweck oi' April 24. Ior the marine. E. N. HiRlnbothan: says Ihat he believes the department is wRit'ng tmtii SRJtabJe quarters for rba ticTidiliic n' tfio pvstem ire J. nas o.Tered to the tr.e oiHce at presoai oe- copied by the finger Machine vo. There is c'oso'.utiiy nc room in -o the system, says tho as and Feo- urary nre naiuraily quiet mouths in to the arao'-mt of, mail nf> the present would be a jord rime to maSe a start if the ne- can guititic nrem- All ;ho material and s and h' heen ror nearly a year. ;